The Ridgewood News from Ridgewood, New Jersey on September 12, 1976 · 18
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Pace 13 bituartcs Mrs. George Baeder ROCHELLE PARK - A funeral mass for Mrs. Helen A. Lynch Baeder, a resident of the township for eight years, was offered Tuesday at Sacred Heart R.C. Church. Mrs. Baeder, 76, Paramus. Arrangements were under the direction of the Vander Plaat Memorial Home of Paramus. Rennie E. Moulton PARAMUS A funeral service for Rennie E. Arlington. The Vander Plaat Memorial Home was in charge of arrangements. Cressent Stutchfield BERGENFIELD - Cressent 0. Stutchfield, a resident of the borough for 23 years, died Wednesday at his home. He was 66 years old. A native of the British West Indies, he lived in New THE SUNDAY POST hnrnnrhr a dauchter. MfS. warned that if contract talks Shirley Urquhart of Florida; to not prove successiui, seven grandchildren, and 23 teachers will step up job ac- cTrMt-rrrnnrirhildren. uon:. t vmv e- Interment was in Fairview Cemetery, Fairview. Emerson (Continued from Page 5) of summer vacations. Jeffrey Lebar, Rolfe s at- "We will try every legal thing possible before we decide to strike," he said. O'Brien listed "sick-outs and personal days" as the association's next step if the contract talks don't work out. York City before moving to torn tdd the board that the boroueh. He was uoc.;oiTu th -came Moulton, a resident of the employed in the repair and Jne submitted in 1972. How- pute September 12.. inrq Lth in the tournamert wi- 2 a 4-l score and two draws directs the Dumont (W High each Monday at 7-S p.m. UJ Brian Kretzmer of Ramsey, finishing 3-3 w,i .b uit-r among Ridgewood area players and was sought out by" piayers rHv1 Rpnt fl nt hpr hnmp. , r .- . , i i . c wiisuumuiv Born in Scranton, Pa., she J"w installation department ever the building is a little lived in Bogota 40 years and . conducted Thursday at the the New york Telephone Co. smal'ler because the cost of Maywood two years uSonf?uo1 r 39 years until his retire- bunding has increased since Classes have not yet been and autograph hunters for affected by teachers dis- ms work on annotating in before moving to the township. She was a former member of the Rosary-Altar . Society of St. Joseph's R.C. Church in Bogota. Mrs. Baeder is survived by her husband, George Jr.; a son, George F. of New Canaan , Conn.; a sister, Mrs. Patricia Doyle of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and four grandsons. Interment was in George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. Arrangements were under the direction of the Trinka Funeral Service of Maywood. Gerard F. O'Connor NEW MILFORD -Gerard F. O'Connor of 420 Luhmann Drive, a former Oradell resident, died Thursday at Riverdell Hospital, Oradell. He was 61 years old. A native of New York City, he lived in Oradell 12 years before moving to the borough. He was a lithographer with Barton Press in Newark and a member of the Amalgamated Photographers Union, Local 1 of Newark. Mr. O'Connor is survived Pistol Church. Mr. Mouiton, o, ment jn 1968. He was a died Tuesday at Hackensack member of the Telephone Hospital. Born in Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, he lived in Florida before moving to the borough. He was retail lumber manager for the Butler Lumber Co. in New' York City before his retirement. Mr. Moulton was a member of the Paramus Congregational Church and Paramus Masonic Lodge 293. Pioneers of America and was an Army veteran of World War II. Mr. Stutchfield is survived by his wife, the former Rita Gowan; a daughter, Mrs. Melanie Savino of Stanhope, and a son, Richard A. of Philadelphia, Pa. A funeral service was conducted yesterday at Rie-werts Memorial Home. Interment was in St. .a m r 11 then. (Continued irom i age j When the plan was first facilities will not cost the submitted in 1972 it was re- wouch much. iected bvthe zoning board However in May Judge Sylvia Pressler ruled that the portion ot tne zoning games lor the Correspondence Chess League of America. The tournament itself end-ed in a four-way tie for ton among Pal Benko, Roberto Kimo, Walter Shipman of Long Island and KAa UIJ VA f M O ninf VtmtAlr t lit cm. . - park include a number of '"" Ul ""leW. different facilities. hh aslubf e" the fte of "We are planning ce - - Recreation plans for the code relating to the two-acre skating areas, nature trails, statewide tournaments the sue oeumu vauy tennis courts aM D3SKetDail ' 'J - the adjoining area was not ts, but these cannot be The Bergen County Open, practical since it renders done in one easy step," Hahn a chess tournament open to nonconforming most of the Tnla:npd about the aD. all interested players, will surrounding property and j M ne $dea is be yew in Westwood's Town therefore Rolfe is being f0 logicalldevelop it so all "a". Nov 27-28, under He is survived by his wife, joseph's Cemetery, Hack-the former Faith' Johnson; Pncark four sons. Guy Moulton and Charles Haffemen, both of the borough, John Haffeman of Woodbridge, Conn., and Dale Haffeman of Lustin, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Dona Courtney of the borough and Mrs. June Meyer of Seminole, Fla.; two brothers, Wallace of Duarte, Calif., and Clide of Newfoundland, Canada; 16 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Interment was in George Washington Memorial Park. The Vander Plaat Memorial Home was in charge of by his wife, the former Mary arrangements. Moran; two daughters Mrs. Anthony Parascandola Jacmtha Bonderson of Call- nini,, , it T rAnuuua Aninony J. Parascandola, a resident of the borough for seven years, died Wednesday at Bergen Pines County Hospital. He was 72 years old. A native of Italy, he was a refrigeration repairman for Breyer's Ice Cream Co. in Queens, N.Y., before his retirement 12 years ago. His wife, the former Alice C. Wagner, died in 1975. ' Mr. Parascandola is sur- fornia and Mrs. Daphne Grund of Mountaindale, N.Y.; a stepdaughter, Miss Ellen Delaplain of Oradell; three stepsons, Howard Delaplain of Paramus, Donald Delaplain of Ohio and David Delaplain of the borough; a sister, Mrs'. Edna Kellar of Massachusetts; a brother, Frank of New York City, and seven grandchildren. A funeral mass was Witold J. Szamborski RIVER EDGE - A funeral mass for Witold J. Szamborski of the borough was offered Friday at Our Lady of Good Counsel R.C. Church, Washington Township. Mr. Szamborski, 55, died Tuesday at Pascack Valley Hospital, Westwood. He was born in Poland and lived in Germany before coming to this country in 1959. He lived in Hartford, Conn., before moving to the borough seven years ago. He was manager of the Garden State Farms store in Leonia. Mr. Szamborski is survived by his wife, the former penalized. Rolfe owns Education Transport Co., which is currently operating out of Dumont. Rolfe said he currently is leasing the property in Dumont and wants to move to Emerson because he owns that property. the territory is properly us ed. Do not do it piecemeal," he stressed. Chess Key (Continued from Page 5) It was established that Miss Montelaro was abducted from the Paramus Park shopping center parking lot. The victim's car was found Aug. 31 parked at the shopping mall, although police reports noted a township witness reported seeing her car in the vicinity of the Pine Lake club on the (Continued from Page 3) meets each Friday, 7:30 to 11 p.m., in the train station community center. Stevenson had help running the Paramus tournament Tim Rice of Emerson, now 22, and a Stevenson student when he taught at Bergen Catholic, plus Tony Cottell, 32, of Wood-Ridge, who runs chess sessions at Passaic and Edison clubs. The help was needed. The Paramus games began at 10 a.m., ended about midnight, Stevenson's direction. Insurance (Continued from Page 2) a duty or the commission of an act which the borough or its officials and employes may have no right to do." The insurance covers leagal defenses and claims in all cases except where fraud or dishonesty are proven, Sweitzer explained. "But in case alleging fraud or dishonesty, but not proven, we are covered," he added. The insurance is not underwritten by "regular" companies but by surplus and specialty firms, acccr- Lidia Burzynsky; three same day. daughters, Mrs. Tatjana Wojan of Westwood, Mrs. Jadwiga Pugh of Chicago, 111., and Miss Irene Szamborski at home; three sisters, Mrs. Irene Krata of Montreal, Canada, and Mrs. Elizibieta Czarnecki and Mrs. Helena Tomczvnski. With all three municipalities involved in the investigation it was agreed all information concerning the murder be released directly from the county prosecutor's office and Mittlehammer said all departments cooperated titA rxt tirrt t A i it rtVt 4 rvre offered yesterday at the Mrs Abbie Sweisbercer of Cemetery, Spring Valley, R.C. Church of the Ascen- SliTLMl" N.Y. The Halsey Funerii Home of Westwood was m charge of arrangements. both of Poland, and three with that initial agreement. grandchildren. Interment was in the Rus sian Orthodox Convent sion. Interment was in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, N.Y. The Beaugard Funeral Home of River Edge was in charge of arrangements. Maurice Michot ROCHELLE PARK - A funeral mass for Maurice R. J. Michot of the township was offered Wednesday at Sacred Heart R. C. Church. Mr. Michot, 33, died Saturday at Passaic General Hospital, Passaic, after a brief illness. He was born in Paris, France, and came to this country 29 years ago. He lived in Union City before moving to the township ten years ago and was a truck driver for Wine Imports in Hawthorne. Mr. Michot was an Army veteran and was a member of Sacred Heart R.C. Church. He is survived by his wife, the former June Claire Dahlinger; a son, Jacques Claude, at home, and his mother, Mrs. Margurite Michot of North Bergen. Interment was in George Washington Memorial Park, the borough and Mrs. Teresa Prior e of Clifton; a son, James of North Bergen: r ast year's contracts such as sters. Mrs. Florence UWUIW ncis taKing tickets Pascack (Continued from Page 3) O'Brien said Fridav teachers are refusing to do anything not called for in and scoring and discussions ding to Christie continued past z:ju a.m. each long day of the three-day event. All but one of the state's 21 counties had its county winner playing in the Labor Day tournaments here. (Salem County has no chess club.) But the tournament highlights seemed to focus on area residents: Tyler Cowen, 14, of Hillsdale, a freshman at three sisters, Mrs. Florence Marchisotto of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Tpfpsa Danria nf Little Ferry and Mrs. Jenny Beatrice Zweig, a resident "We are trying to avoid a Marra of Hoboken, and eight oi the borough for 20 years, strike," O'Brien said. NEW funeral MILFORD - A service for Mrs. at football games and staying in school after hours. grandchildren. He was predeceased by two sisters, Mrs. Anna Cala-brese and Miss Gussie Parascandola, and two brothers, Davis and John. A funeral mass was offered yesterday at Our Lady of the Visitation. R.C. Church. Interment was in Holy Cross Cemetery, North it; was held Thursday at the Boulevard Funeral Home. Mrs.. Zweig, 81, died Sept. 5 at Hackensack Hospital. Born in New York City, she lived in Fort Lee before moving to the borough. She was the former owner of the Banjo Bar in Hackensack. Mrs. Zweig is survived by a son, Vincent Greene of the But the association leader Sweitzer expects to pre sent detailed information to the governing body at their next agenda session, Sept. 20. He said he felt it es-' pecially wise for the borough to adopt such insurance. Classes to start PARAMUS - Because asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema and other lung Pascack Valley High School, disorders affect more people trounced Ruth Cardoso of today than ever before, the Jersey City, the state's- Bergen-Passaic Lung Assn., women's chess champion. 55 Paramus Road, is sched- Had she beaten Cowen, she'd uling its second series of have won the tournament, physical reconditioning Cowen's overall score was classes in Paterson. They 3Vz games won to 2Vz lost, begin tomorrow at St. LesAult of Dumont, who Joseph's Hospital and is author of "The Chess Medical Center for those pa-Tutor," was the target of tients whose enrollment many players who wanted applications have been ao him to autograph copies of cepted. .i MI 1 GLOau SEinfotmh, Jur. MORTICIANS A CONTINUING FAMILY TRADITION OF SERVICE SINCE 1895 D. Van Emburgh MANAGER 306 E. RIDGEWOOD AVE.. RIDGEWOOD, N.J.074SI .445 0344 VI Associated With Vander Plaat-Vermeulen. Inc. DISTINCTIVE FUNERAL SERVICE ONE FIRM, WITH ONE PURPOSE 131HAU00NAYE. S-113 FARVIEW AVE." PATERSON, N.J. PAPammo M . 843-3100 TO SERVE YOU DETTER 684-3974 530 HIGH MOUNTAIN R0. FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J, 891-4770 Member by Invitation National Selected Mortlci ana

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